I have published below the email that I received from Controversial TV (aka Edge Media or Edge TV) on 20th October 2009.
Read the email, watch the documentary 'Mystical Legends - Girona A City Of Secrets' and solve this mystery.
Hope you are well? Unfortunately after a few meetings with the people at the top we have been asked to pull your shows of the channel, and unfortunately are hands are tied Carrie. I know you have gone to alot of trouble to get these shows ready for us, and also promoting it to your friends and even going to the extent of paying for the music. But we have been told that Due to circumstances out of control we cannot show them anymore. I understand that you will not be happy with this decision, but i also hope you understand that we have to abide by the people above us and their decisions. I ‘m sorry to have to be the one to deliver the news, and i hope you understand the situation we are in.
As a result of receiving this email, I'm running a competition for the best conspiracy theory and there will be a bottle of champagne for the person who can solve this mystery.
Email your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are screening this documentary at Secret Chiefs, The Devereux , Devereux Court, London WC2 near Temple tube on Wednesday 25th November at 8.00pm. The winner of the competition will be announced at 10.30pm.
Carrie Kirkpatrick leads us through the making and execution of 'Hecate Rising', based on an open ritual performed in Queens Woods, Highgate in celebration of the Celtic fire festival of Samhain. Guest appearances from the Witches of Macbeth, the Mexican Day of the Dead and Baron Samedi. This was a live interactive performance in a public place. Directed and Produced by Carrie Kirkpatrick. Music by Cat Von Trap.
See the winners and nominees for the 'Best Conspiracy Theory' and the 'Best Piss Take' held at Secret Chiefs in London on 25th November 2009.
The competition was launched when Carrie Kirkpatrick's Holy Grail documentary 'Mystical Legends - Girona, A City Of Secrets' was inexplicably banned by a fringe Sky television channel called Controversial TV. A cryptic yet badly written email was sent to Carrie Kirkpatrick informing her of the news and it was this email that sparked a controversy, with mysterious references to 'People at the top' and 'Circumstances out of control'.
The esoteric community, many of whom appear in the film, put their keen minds to the task of deciphering the hidden meanings in this electronic message.